Date:Two Sundays: January 20 & 27, 20199:00 am - 5:00pm
Facility: Milton Sports Centre
Location : 605 Santa Maria Blvd, Milton, ON[ view map ]
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This is an excellent option to update your techniques and renew your qualifications. There are no exams and you review the fundamentals. You achieve 16.0 hours of continuing education hours AND automatic Certification renewal for two years from your expiry date. We invite you to bring any questions or program ideas that you need clarification on as we may easily fit this into the schedule. Should you not be able to attend the entire event, we will provide a take-home quiz and DVD to submit to re-qualify.
Workshop Registration fee includes:
CEC Workshop handouts ( Shallow H20 Splash, Hot Warm Ups & Cool Downs, Deep H20 Training),
Certificate of course completion,
16.0 CECs hours of classroom (lecture) or pool (practical sessions),
16.0 CECs for WaterART, OFC, AEA, YMCA, ACE & AFPA
Certificate of course completion
Updated ECertfiication Diploma
ALL REGISTRATIONS VIA WaterART Fitness
Facility Contact: Carrie Clark Aquatics Director, 905-875-5393 x 2664
*If you are a staff member, please contact Carrie for coupon code.
What to Bring:
Lunch or snack,
Water Fitness Wear or Bathing Suit(s),
Water-shoes are preferred wear.
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Cancellation & Refund Policy
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Price in CAN Dollars
Facility Milton Sports Centre
This foundation Instructor Training program provides leaders with functional exercise techniques to design both shallow and deep water group exercise programs. The onsite training day will provide instructors with a general structure of designing a total body workout utilizing the basic moves and techniques to adjust intensity and impact. You will learn visual and verbal teaching and cueing skills to provide a balanced program that includes training for cardiovascular exercise, how to stretch and strengthen the major muscle groups as well as how to train proper balance and posture. You will experience both theory (classroom) and practical (pool) sessions to design a safe, effective and enjoyable program. We do recommend that you have taken some aqua fitness classes and are comfortable in the water, however, NO Experience is necessary just a love of the water and fitness!
Certification Registration fee includes:
16 hours of lecture & pool time,
Manual with study guide questions & answers,
DVD064-Shallow & Deep H2O Workout
DVD072-Shallow H2O Splash
DVD098-Know your Aquatic Muscles
Laminated reference cards,
WaterART certification process (theory & practical)
Automatic renewal & upgrade of your existing WaterART Certification(s) upon successful exam completion,
Certification E-Diploma & certified status upon successful completion.
Certification Process: You have up to SIX MONTHS
after training date to complete both your theory and practical
examinations After 6
months, you will be required to pay a late fee of $35.00 for each exam.
After a year, we no longer accept your submissioin. If you are currently Certified with WaterART Fitness you only
require to complete the theory exam and you do not
have to complete another practical assessment. Upon successful
completion of this Speciality Certification program your existing
WaterART Certifications will be renewed 2 years from the date of your
certification (your pass date).
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*If you are a staff member, please contact Sandy for coupon code.
Lunch is supplied (let us know if you have dietary needs),
2 or more Water Fitness Wear or Bathing Suit(s),
How to Complete Full Certification
Specialty Certification Process
phone the office between 9:00- 4:00pm EST if you would like to purchase
the WP membership with your order (as you cannot discount your own
order) (416) 621 -0821 or 1 -866 543 8938 (toll free).
Email Us if you have questions or need our help
Date:Sunday, January 20, 20199:00 am - 5:00pm
SHALLOW H20 SPLASH WORKSHOP: Low impact or High intensity - shallow water may be used for all ages, skill levels and types of programming. Review how to build a creative shallow water program utilizing working positions to vary impact and intensity. Learn hundreds of movement variations and techniques provide with and without a noodle to better provide multi-level options and opportunities for your participants to benefit with water exercise. The course is geared towards very practical and enjoyable education. This workshop will focus on putting a safe, effective and enjoyable and balanced program together. Time will be spent on visual and verbal cuing to masterfully blend cardiovascular sets with muscular strengthening and stretching. Focus will be spent on teaching the parts of a class for a balanced and total body program. Get ready to move and learn the infinite ways to build a purposeful program for swimmers and non-swimmers alike. We welcome everyone to attend for ideas, tips and helping to build purposeful programs.
COOL WARM UPS AND HOT WARM DOWNS: Whether teaching a group of high energy athletes or a program for people with movement problems or anyone with fitness levels in between, the warm up component is the time to set the level and tone for the upcoming program. There is such a wide variety of aquatic programs available it is important that each Instructor learns to customize warm up movements to suit the level of the individuals attending the class. The same applies to the warm down. How long should it be? What moves should be included to get people out of the pool safely. Learn safe stretching moves and relaxation techniques to make sure they end the program in a successful frame of mind and can't wait to come back for more. Take the time to be successful at the beginning of a program and finish as a winner with a complete program.
Registration fee CEC WORKSHOP includes:
8 hours of pool/lecture,
Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for 8.0 hours of WaterART, AEA, ACE, YMCA
ALL REGISTRATIONS VIA WaterART*
Date:Sunday, January 27, 20199:00 am - 5:00pm
DEEP H2O SPLASH WORKSHOP: For successful DWT (Deep Water Training) equipment is required to provide a balance between work and rest (so muscles do not fatigue prior to breathing). WaterART recommends utilizing equipment such as a buoyancy belt or a noodle to assist with the body’s support especially to enhance range of motion with each movement. Working out in deep water is more challenging than in shallow water because, in deep, the body’s center of balance is at the chest whereas, in shallow water, the balance is at the feet that are more easily anchored down to the pool floor. In order to effectively work in deep water, each person must learn and maintain good balance skills to anchor the core muscles against buoyancy
8.0 CECs for WaterART, OFC and YMCA (you may petition with other organizations)